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Lunar New Year Celebrations

Our Vietnamese & Chinese students and staff celebrated the lunar New Year, Year of the goat, with a dumpling lunch last Thursday

Some images can be found here.



Princes Hill Secondary College warmly invites parents, prospective parents and their children to visit the College on one of the following scheduled Wednesday and Thursday morning tours.

Book a tour by contacting the school on: (03) 9389 0600. All tours commence at 9.00am. Please arrive at the General Office by 8.50am.

Term 1, 2015

Wednesday,  February 25

Thursday,  February 26

Wednesday,  March 4

Thursday,  March 5

Wednesday, March 11

Thursday, March 12

Wednesday, March 11

Thursday, March 12

Wednesday, March 18

Thursday, March 19


Term 2, 2015


Wednesday, April 15

Thursday, April 16

Wednesday, April 22

Thursday, April 29


Maths Talent


On Thursday the 23rd October the students that achieved a distinction or higher in the Maths Talent Quest attended the Victorian Presentation Ceremony to collect their awards. Three students from Princes Hill attended this year.

They were : Gabe Hopper (Year 7C) and Xavier Corteville (Year 7C) who entered ‘How Many Matchsticks Can Fit In a Power Pole?’ as a group project (Distinction Award).

They did very well as they were the only year 7 group projects to get an award.

Erica Smith (Year 7F) who entered ‘Proving Pythagoras’ as an individual project (Distinction). ‘Proving Pythagoras’ was also selected to be entered into the National Competition.  

On the day we listened to guest speaker Dr Katherine Seaton from La Trobe University talk about ‘Maths with Looms’. It was quite fun and she called people from the audience to help demonstrate things. Then we listened as various people came up to present the awards of the State Competition. At the end they did present the Distinction and High Distinction for the Nationals as Victoria was the State holding them this year. Along with our certificate we were all awarded with a $25 voucher for their maths store that they set up down the back and also could access online. They had some of the projects on display down the back and it was amazing to see how much some people had put into their projects. Overall it was a good day out and a great experience. I can’t wait to see what happens next year.

 Erica Smith 7F

Well done Erica, Gabe and Xavier!

Elle Borgese

Maths Enrichment and Extension Co-ordinator




PHSC Yoga resumes for term 1 on Wednesday 11th February at the Princes Hill Community Centre which is at the rear of 270 Macpherson St. (2 minutes from school) Classes begin at 3.30 and run for one and half hours with our parent and yoga teacher extraordinaire Richard Liddicutt who describes the classes as an artistic approach to Hatha style yoga. Anyone 15 or over is welcome and classes cater for all levels of ability. For prices or any other enquiries phone Richard Liddicut on: 93871236.



The European arrival in Australia is one of the topics we study in Y9 Humanities. Australia Day, falling just before the resumption of the school year, affords a perfect opportunity for conversations about this historical event and its implications for the nation today. This display on the Humanities Notice Board is intended to stimulate, encourage and provoke students to think about our national day from a number of different and often conflicting perspectives.

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